How Our Subconscious Scares Us

how our subconscious scares us

Every second of our life, we’re surrounded by an incomprehensible amount of information. To make sense of the world and not become completely fried, we need to filter out a large portion. But how do we distinguish the tiny fraction that is relevant for us from all the remaining input that needs to be ignored? … Read more

Anxiety Disorder Complications

complications with anxiety disorders

Originally written for Struggling with chronic anxiety isn’t only dealing with constant worry or overwhelm. It can also cause complications, like exhausting a person mentally and emotionally and cause serious health problems. Social and Psychological Complications: Without proper treatment anxiety disorders can lead to low self-esteem, isolation, lack of sleep, cognitive decline and an overall … Read more


lifestyle meditation and exercise helps with anxiety

Originally written for Many people consider being anxious a weakness, which needs to be suppressed or conquered. They try to distract themselves from their anxiety and insecurity by staying busy, pushing themselves harder or by self-medicating with alcohol or drugs. Consequently these emotions don’t get adequately addressed and eventually cause greater emotional and physical challenges. … Read more

Alternative Treatments for Anxiety Disorders

alternative treatment options for fear and anxiety

Originally written for Besides medication and psychotherapy, there are a variety of non-conventional and alternative treatment options for anxiety, of which some show promising results. These treatments are either used as alternatives or in conjunction to conventional approaches. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR): EMDR, a new psychotherapy technique, is especially effective in helping people … Read more

Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Dr. Friedmann provides personal growth solutions

Originally written for Traditionally anxiety disorders have been perceived as emotional problems, which require psychological treatment. In the last two decades a lot of progress has been made in the development of potent anti-anxiety medications. However, while medication can effectively relieve anxiety symptoms, it doesn’t necessarily change a person’s thought and behavioral pattern, nor does … Read more

How are Anxiety Disorders Diagnosed?

Author Dr. Friedmann offers solutions to relationship problems

Originally written for Many people notice their anxiety at first as physical symptoms, such as heart palpitations, chest pain, difficulty breathing and profuse sweating. While these symptoms are usually completely harmless, it is important to consider that in some cases anxiety can be caused by medical conditions, such as heart disease, thyroid problems, diabetes and … Read more

Signs & Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders

Author Dr. Friedmann provides help to those struggling with stress and anxiety

Originally written for Anxiety can appear so abruptly and with such intensity, that it makes you feel as if you were attacked by an outside force. So to better understand and demystify this emotion let’s have a closer look at the neuro-physiological pathway on how you create anxiety. Triggers: Anxiety can get stimulated by something … Read more

What Causes Anxiety Disorders?

Originally written for It may be in the elusive nature of emotions in general, that the exact cause of anxiety disorders is still not fully understood. Anxiety disorders have been linked to social-environmental and emotional factors, over-active neurological pathways as well as changes in brain-chemistry. However, it is most likely that in the majority of … Read more

What is Anxiety? What Are Some Common Anxiety Disorders?

Friedemann Schaub Anxiety Test

Originally written for The number of people struggling with anxiety disorders has dramatically increased in the last few decades. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 20 percent of American adults eighteen years and older are diagnosed with anxiety disorder, which translates to more than 50 million adults. The actual number is probably … Read more

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